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Enter your video animation for the chance to win Apple items in this year's iPad Challenge...

To coincide with Turner Contemporary's summer exhibition Grayson Perry: Provincial Punk, the theme of this year's iPad Challenge is 'Grayson Perry in Margate'.

Primary schools
Primary pupils from Kent are invited to create a one minute electronic book review. Choose your favourite book and illustrate it. This challenge supports reading and literacy. Your electronic book review could involve filming, drawing and illustration, a written presentation, a sound scape or typography. Book reviews will be screened and judged on Tuesday 7 July from 4-5pm at Turner Contemporary, where Apple prizes will be awarded.

Teachers - come along to our teacher's event the gallery on Tuesday 9 June (1-3pm) to hear more about the iPad Challege. Contact learn@turnercontemporary.org / 01843 233000 for more details.


Secondary schools
Secondary students from Kent are invited to use their Apple technology – whether its iPads, or iMacs – to create a piece of performance animation. Set your animation to prose, poetry, rap or music with a 2D filmic background and highlight it with subtitles and a voice over, responding to the theme of 'Grayson Perry in Margate'. This film animation must be 60 seconds long.

The challenge completes on Tuesday 7 July from 5-7pm at Turner Contemporary, where all films will be screened and judged. Certificates of participation and Apple technology will be given as prizes for the best entries.

Teachers - come along to our teacher's event the gallery on Tuesday 2 June (1-3pm) to hear more about the iPad Challege. Contact learn@turnercontemporary.org / 01843 233000 for more details.



As well as the secondary school teachers' event, also opening on Tuesday 2 June is our exhibition of young people's art Generation ART: Young Artists on Tour. Turner Contemporary opens the nationwide tour of work by children and young people as part of the Generation ART project – inspiring young people to get involved in the arts by making and showcasing their work in a gallery.

Straight after the secondary school teachers' event is our Teacher's Twilight event (4-6pm), where teachers and educators based in Kent are invited to the gallery to listen to a series of talks that showcase the next 3 exhibitions that fall in the 2015/16 academic year. Talks will be delivered by our exhibitions and learning teams, as well as lecturers from Canterbury Christ Church University.

Contact learn@turnercontemporary.org / 01843 233000 for more details.
Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Wed 20 May 2015
Filed under: Competitions , Schools , Young People